The Gala Committee and the Huntsville Museum of Art are proud to present:
Gala Luncheon and Book Signing with Ray Booth
Tuesday, March 1st at 11:30 a.m.
The 31st Annual Gala Committee and the Huntsville Museum of Art are thrilled to welcome celebrated Architect and Interior Designer, Ray Booth, as the Gala Luncheon speaker on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Catered by Purveyor. Booth will be signing his book, Evocative Interiors, and it will be available for purchase for $55.
About Ray Booth:
An Alabama native and alumnus of Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Ray Booth began his career as an intern at McAlpine. Moving to New York soon after, he had successful tenures in the offices of such distinguished design talents as John Saladino and Clodagh.
A decade later, reuniting with Bobby McApline, his former professor, Ray returned to McAlpine as a partner in its interior design firm. These days, Ray divides his time between the firm’s Nashville office and its expanded New York office, which allows him to keep one foot in the city and the other in his native South.
Ray is the author of Evocative Interiors, his bestselling first book published by Rizzoli. Ray’s work has received significant recognition from the nation’s most prestigious publications, including covers of Architectural Digest and features in Elle Décor, Veranda, Milieu, Wall Street Journal, and Vogue.com. Ray’s vision for today’s lifestyle can now also be found in his product collections with leading home furnishing manufacturers: Ray Booth for Hickory Chair, a comprehensive furniture offering and Ray Booth for Arteriors, an array of lighting and accessories.
With an undimmed passion for beauty, Ray shares his life and homes in New York with his husband John Shea.